Entertainment Tonight In the real-life, scenic northwest town where the "Twilight" novels take place, one lodge is offering tours of the hotspots that Edward and Bella have visited. The Kalaloch Lodge in Forks, Washington, is enticing guests to "view the sites that mark the milestones in Bella and Edward's romance," reports Variety. The trade says that for $149 a night, the lodge directs guests to the very beaches that Bella walked, among other familiar destinations, such as Forks High School and the Forks Community Hospital. "We wanted to capture all of the publicity surrounding 'Twilight,'" says Beth Showalter, director of sales and marketing at Kalaloch Lodge. "During the summer last year, Forks was reporting 500 to 600 visitors a day because of the books."
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